Condos in Streeterville are a popular option for primary residences and second homes. They provide quick access to Chicago’s Lakefront, the Magnificent Mile and the Loop. Navy Pier, the Northwestern Memorial Hospital Campus along with numerous restaurants and entertainment venues are also in the neighborhood. [continued]
CONDOS, CO-OPS & TOWNHOMES
There are also plenty of shops for everyday needs. There’s Whole Foods and Bockwinkel’s grocery stores. Some condos even have a grocery store in their building! These include:
There’s a Target, Ace Hardware and two Walgreens.
One of the best features of living in Streeterville is that so much is within walking distance. If you need to go farther, there are numerous transporation options. Streeterville is served by multiple bus lines. Two CTA Red Line Stops are walking distance in River North to the west. Every few blocks you’ll find car sharing and hourly car rentals.
For many residents a car isn’t necessary. If you choose to have a car in Streeterville, make sure you know all costs before buying a home. In some buildings like the John Hancock Center renting a parking space is the only option. In most buildings both buying and renting a parking space are available. If you choose to buy a parking space, it will have a monthly assessment and annual property taxes. [continued]
STREETERVILLE CONDO & CO-OP APARTMENT BUILDINGS
Streeterville is bounded by Michigan Avenue on the west, the east branch of the Chicago River on the south and Lake Michigan on the east and north. It’s part of Chicago’s Near North Side which also includes the Gold Coast, River North and the south part of Old Town. The Near North Side is the northern section of downtown Chicago.
Condos, co-op apartments and townhomes are the only housing options for purchase in Streeteeville. Like in the Loop there are no houses.
*These are co-op apartment buildings. See Chicago co-op apartments vs. condos for the differences.